Discussion in 'Harvesting And Curing' started by k0ijn, Mar 27, 2012.
white widow, my guess on harvest is 3 weeks still. what do you think ?
sounds about right. pretty plant
Thanks man, surprises myself too, to anyone who knows the strain, when the best to get a celebral high ?
if you don't want the heavy narcotic high, cut them when you just start to see any ambers on the calyxes.
is that an auto? pretty plant, but doesn't look like any of the white widow i've grown out
Thank you! I know the pictures suck. I will try harder.
It's a seed from an auto white widow from greenhouse, that's what the man who gave me the seed said
Good to know!
You are blessed for sharing this wonderful and cherished piece on this thread so far. I love this so much. Thanks a lot. If there is any way you can tag me along whenever you put up informative posts like this, please do so.
Hi, thank you for sharing.May i know how to pack them? smell proof bag or something else?
Why are you packing them? Just curious.
Looking at the amber, curled pistils with my untrained eye I’d probably have snatched that up already. I just got a jewelry glass to see the trichomes. Back in the day we didn’t know shit about trichomes and went by amber pistils.
Hello, im thinking on harvesting this girl in around 10 days (now shes 59 days ) breeder says 65-70 days for full mature.What do you think? i want to chop for highest THC level.
I’ve found that a couple of weeks can be added to what they say. Just buy a jewelry loupe, learn about trichomes, and harvest when they’re right for your personal preference. I like to harvest when I see all or 90% milky trichomes. That’s when the max THC is acquired. If you want couch lock medicine wait until most trichomes are amber.
Great post, thank you!
K0ijn is right. I’ve always harvested Old School rule: when the trichomes are cloudy amber its harvest time! Old school became “New School” when I got my new dry “bladeless” trimmer. I got it because amber “ripe” trichomes make buds sticky and hard to hand trim wet or in bladed trimmers for wet. These auto-trimmers designed for wet are crazy and gum up and if you’re hand-trimming you lose a lot when they (trichomes) get stuck to your blades and gloves. I cure my buds so they’re moist enough to keep the potency but the sugar leaves are dry. Then with my new TTT’s (I got 4 now) they trim my Buds to perfection in appearance, but most importantly my new Tom’s Tumble Trimmer LEAVES MOST of the trichomes on the Buds where they belong!
Very helpful to any first time grower, thanks for taking the time to explain this all so well.
I've been running ilgm ww on and off for 3 years, I like it when there is as much cloudy as possible, no amber (got enough sleep meds)
I smoke it almost every day at the beach, it's my go-to beach walking weed LOL (that's a thing!)
Couple ww pics from this year..
That's exactly what I like to do, go to the beach enjoy the sun and roll one
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